First Amendment confusion has negatively affected the national dialogue about the role of social media and has raised a series of imprudent proposals.
A federal judge in Seattle is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday on whether to block a settlement the U.S. State Department reached with a company that would allow it to post blueprints for printing 3D weapons on the internet.
3D-printed guns: An expert looks at the legality of 3D-printed weapons. Do 3D-printed guns actually work, and how will they be regulated?
A stream of improper disclosures or leaks to the press from within the new administration and other parts of the government has plagued Trump's presidency.
On May 4, 2017, the Florida Senate passed, by a vote of 24 to 13, a new version of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law, Senate Bill 128.
The Florida state legislature is getting ready to officially change the "Stand Your Ground" law – affecting which evidence is presented in court.
With no information coming from the government on who is being held, legal volunteers glean what they can from arriving passengers and from detainees' relatives or friends.
Two groups that say fear of airport security body scanners forces some would-be fliers to risk driving instead have challenged their use by the TSA.
A man imprisoned 16 years for rape and sex assault convictions was exonerated Monday and ordered freed after DNA evidence linked the crimes to a serial rapist on the FBI's most wanted list.
How private are your telephone conversations? It depends on what kind of phone you're using. That's a problem. In Katz v. U.S., the 1967 "bookie in a phone booth" case, the Supreme Court ruled that no matter where a conversation occurs, it is protected...